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People with depression can sometimes experience memory problems – here's why

By Cynthia Fu, Professor of Affective Neuroscience, University of East London
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While we often associate depression with low mood, tiredness and feelings of hopelessness, less well known is that some people with depression may experience problems with their memory – such as feeling more forgetful than usual. Though memory problems aren’t discussed as widely as other symptoms, we know that cognitive impairments are common in depression. In fact, up to three in five people with depression…

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